Bible verses about "cooperation" | Coverdale

Genesis 11:1-4

1 Morouer all the worlde had one tonge & language. 2 Now as they wente towarde the East, they founde a playne in ye londe of Synear, & there they dwelt, 3 & saide one to another: Come on, let vs make bryck & burne it. And they toke bryck for stone, & slyme for morter, 4 And sayde: Come, let vs buylde a cite & a tower, whose toppe maye reach vnto heaue, yt we maye make vs a name, afore we be scatred abrode in all londes.

Exodus 17:12

12 But Moses hades were heuy, therfore toke they a stone, & layed it vnder him, that he might syt vpon it. And Aaron & Hur stayed vp his hades, the one vpon the one syde, and the other vpon ye other syde. So his handes were stedfast vnto ye Sonne wente downe.

Mark 2:3

3 And there came vnto him certaine, which brought one sicke of the palsye borne of foure.

Mark 6:7

7 And called the twolue, and begane to sende them two and two, and gaue them power ouer the vncleane spretes.

Acts 1:12-14

12 Then turned they agayne from ye mount that is called Oliuete, which is nye to Ierusalem, and hath a Sabbath dayes iourney. 13 And whan they came in, they wente vp in to a parler, where abode Peter and Iames, Ihon and Andrew, Philippe and Thomas, Bartilmew and Mathew, Iames the sonne of Alpheus, and Simon Zelotes, and Iudas the sonne of Iames. 14 These all contynued with one acorde in prayer and supplicacion, with the wemen and Mary the mother of Iesu and with his brethren.

Acts 15:1-41

1 And there came certayne fro Iewry, and taughte the brethren: Excepte ye be circumcysed after the maner of Moses, ye can not be saued. 2 Now wha there rose a discesion, and Paul and Barnabas had set them selues harde agaynst them, they ordeyned, that Paul and Barnabas and certayne other of them shulde go vp to Ierusalem vnto the Apostles and Elders, aboute this questio. 3 And they were broughte on their waye by ye cogregacion, & wente thorow Phenices and Samaria, and declared the conuersacion of the Heythen, and brought greate ioye vnto all the brethren. 4 Whan they came to Ierusale, they were receaued of ye cogregacion, & of the Apostles, and of the Elders, & they tolde how greate thinges God had done with the. 5 Then rose there vp certayne of the secte of ye Pharises (which beleued) and sayde: They must be circumcysed and comaunded, to kepe the lawe of Moses. 6 But the Apostles and Elders came together, to reason vpon this matter. 7 Now whan there was moch disputinge Peter rose vp, and sayde vnto the: Ye men and brethren, ye knowe that a good whyle agoo, God chose amonge vs, yt the Heythe by my mouth shulde heare the worde of the Gospell, and beleue. 8 And God the knower of hertes bare wytnesse ouer the, and gaue the the holy goost, like as vnto vs, 9 & put no dyfference betwixte vs & them, and purified their hertes thorow fayth. 10 Now therfore why tempte ye God, with layenge vpon ye disciples neckes the yocke, which nether or fathers ner we were able to beare? 11 But we beleue to be saued thorow the grace of the LORDE Iesu Christ, like as they also. 12 Then all ye multitude helde their peace, and gaue audience vnto Paul and Barnabas, which tolde how greate tokens and wonders God had done by the amoge the Heythen. 13 Afterwarde whan they helde their peace, Iames answered, and sayde: Ye men and brethren, herke vnto me, 14 Simo hath tolde, how God at the first vysited to receaue a people vnto his name from amonge the Heythen. 15 And vnto this agree ye wordes of the prophetes, as it is wrytte: 16 After this wyl I returne and wyl buylde agayne ye tabernacle of Dauid, that is fallen downe, and that which is fallen in decaye therof, wyl I buylde agayne, and wyl set it vp, 17 that the residue of men maye seke after the LORDE: & also the Heythen vpo whom my name is named, sayeth the LORDE, which doth all these thinges. 18 Knowne vnto God are all his workes from the begynnynge of ye worlde. 19 Wherfore my sentence is, that they which from amonge the Heythen are turned vnto God, be not disquyeted, 20 but to wryte vnto them, that they absteyne them selues from fylthynesse of Idols, from whordome, and from strangled, and bloude. 21 For Moses hath of olde tyme in euery cite them that preach him: and he is red in the synagoges euery Sabbath daye. 22 And the Apostles and Elders with the whole congregacion thoughte it good, to chose out men of them, and to sende them vnto Antioche with Paul and Barnabas, namely Iudas, whose syrname was Barsabas, and Sylas (which were chefe men amoge the brethre) 23 and gaue the letters in their handes after this maner: We the Apostles and Elders & brethren, wysh health vnto the brethre of the Heythe which are at Antioche, and Syria and Celicia. 24 For so moch as we haue herde that certayne of oures are departed, and haue troubled you, and combred youre myndes, sayenge: ye must be circumcysed, and kepe ye lawe (to whom we gaue no soch commaundemet) 25 it semed good vnto vs, beynge gathered together with one accorde, to chose out men, and to sende them vnto you, with oure beloued Barnabas and Paul, 26 men that haue ioperded their lyues for ye name of oure LORDE Iesus Christ. 27 Therfore haue we sent Iudas and Sylas, which shal also tell you the same with wordes. 28 For it pleased the holy goost and vs, to laye no charge vpon you, more then these necessary poyntes: 29 That ye absteyne from the offeringes of Idols, and from bloude, and from strangled, and from whordome. From the which yf ye absteyne youre selues, ye shal do well. Fare ye well. 30 Whan these were sent forth, they came vnto Antioche, and gathered the multitude together, and delyuered the epistle. 31 Whan they had red it, they were glad of that cosolacion. 32 As for Iudas & Sylas (which were prophetes also) they exorted ye brethre with moch preachinge, and stregthed them. 33 And whan they had taried there for a season, they were let go of the brethren in peace vnto the Apostles. 34 Notwithstondinge Sylas thoughte it good to byde there styll. 35 But Paul and Barnabas cotynued at Antioche, teachinge and preachinge the worde of the LORDE, with other many. 36 Neuertheles after certayne dayes Paul sayde vnto Barnabas: let vs go agayne, and vyset oure brethren thorow all the cities (wherin we haue shewed the worde of the LORDE) how they do. 37 But Barnabas gaue councell, that they shulde take with the Ihon, whose syrname was Marke. 38 Howbeit Paul thoughte it mete, not to take him with them, which departed from them in Pamphilia, and wente not with them vnto the worke. 39 And so sharpe was the strife betwene them, that they departed asunder ye one fro the other, and Barnabas toke Marke vnto him, and sayled vnto Cypers. 40 But Paul chose Sylas, and departed, beynge comytted of the brethren vnto the grace of God. 41 He wente thorow Syria and Celicia, stablishynge the congregacions.

John 17:20-21

20 Neuertheles I praye not for them onely, but also for those, which thorow their worde shal beleue on me, 21 that they all maye be one, like as thou father art in me, and I in ye that they also maye be one in vs: that the worlde maye beleue, that thou hast sent me.

Romans 1:1-32

1 Pavl the seruaunte of Iesus Christ, called to be an Apostle, put aparte to preach the Gospell of God 2 (which he promysed a fore by his prophetes in ye holy scriptures) 3 off his sonne, which was begotte of ye sede of Dauid after the flesh: 4 and mightely declared to be the sonne of God after the sprete which sanctifieth, sence the tyme that he rose agayne from the deed, namely, Iesus Christ oure LORDE, 5 by whom we haue receaued grace and Apostelshippe amonge all Heythen, to set vp the obedience of faith vnder his name, 6 of whom ye are a parte also, which are called of Iesus Christ. 7 To all you that be at Rome, beloued of God, and sayntes by callynge Grace be wt you and peace fro God oure father, and the LORDE Iesus Christ. 8 First, I thanke my God thorow Iesus Christ for you all, that youre faith is spoken of thorow out all the worlde. 9 For God is my witnesse ( whom I serue in my sprete in the Gospell of his sonne) that without ceassynge I make mencion of you besekinge allwayes in my prayers, 10 that I mighte once haue a prosperous iourney ( by the will off God) to come vnto you. 11 For I longe to se you, that I mighte bestowe vpon you some spirituall gifte to stregth you 12 (that is)that I mighte be conforted with you, thorow yor faith & myne, which we haue together. 13 But I wolde ye shulde knowe (brethren) how that I haue often tymes purposed to come vnto you (but haue bene let hither to) that I mighte do some good amonge you, like as amonge other Gentyles. 14 I am detter both to the Grekes, and to the vngrekes, to the wyse and to the vnwyse. 15 Wherfore (as moch as i me is) I am ready to preach the Gospell vnto you at Rome also. 16 For I am not ashamed of the Gospell of Christ: for it is the power of God, which saueth all that beleue theron, the Iewe first & also the Greke: 17 for in it ye righteousnes that is of value before God, is opened, which cometh out of faith i to faith. 18 As it is wrytte: The iust shal lyue by his faith. For ye wrath of God is declared from heauen vpon all vngodlynes and vnrighteousnes of me,which witholde the trueth of God in vnrighteousnes: 19 because that it, which maye be knowne of God, is manifest with the. For God hath shewed it vnto the, 20 that the inuisible thinges of God (that is, his euerlastinge power and Godheade) mighte be sene whyle they are considered by the workes from the creacion of the worlde: so that they are without excuse, 21 in as moch as they knewe, that there is a God, and haue not praysed him as God ner thanked him, but became vayne in their ymaginacions, and their foolish hert was blynded. 22 Whan they counted them selues wyse, they became fooles: 23 and turned ye glory of the incorruptible God in to ye symilitude of ye ymage of a corruptible ma, & of byrdes, & of foure foted, & of crepinge beestes 24 Wherfore God likewyse gaue them vp vnto their hertes lustes in to vnclennes, to defyle their awne bodies in them selues, 25 which turned the trueth of God vnto a lye, & worshipped and serued the creature more then the maker, which is blessed for euer. Amen. 26 Therfore God gaue the vp vnto shamefull lustes. For their wemen chaunged the naturall vse in to the vnnaturall: 27 likewyse ye me also lefte the naturall vse of the woman, and brent in their lustes one on another, and man with man wrought fylthines, and receaued in them selues the rewarde of their erroure, as it was acordinge. 28 And as they regarded not to knowe God, euen so God gaue the vp in to a lewde mynde, to do those thinges which were not comly, 29 beynge full of all vnrighteousnes, whordome, wickednes, couetousnes, maliciousnes, full of enuye, murthur, strife, disceate, euell codicioned whisperers, 30 backbyters, despysers of God, doers of wronge, proude, boosters, bryngers vp of euell thinges, disobedient to their Elders, 31 without vnderstondinge, couenaunt breakers, vnlouynge, stubborne, vnmercifull: 32 which men, though they knowe the righteousnes of God (that they which do soch, are worthy of death) yet not onely do the same, but also haue pleasure in those that do the.

Ecclesiastes 4:8-12

8 There is one man, no mo but himself alone, hauynge nether childe ner brother: yet is there no ende of his carefull trauayle, his eyes can not be satisfied with riches, (yet doth he not remembre himself, & saye:) For whom do I take soch trauayle? For whose pleasure do I thus consume awaye my lyfe? This is also a vayne and miserable thinge. 9 Therfore two are better then one, for they maye well enioye the profit of their laboure. 10 Yf one of them fall, his companyon helpeth him vp againe: But wo is him that is alone, for yf he fall, he hath not another to helpe him vp. 11 Agayne, when two slepe together, they are warme: but how can a body be warme alone? 12 One maye be ouercome, but two maye make resistauce: A thre folde cable is not lightly broken.

1 Corinthians 14:40

40 Let all thinges be done honestly and in order.

Psalms 133:1

1 Beholde, how good & ioyfull a thinge it is, brethre to dwell together in vnite. It is like yt precious oyntment vpon the heade, that ranne downe vnto the beerd, eue vnto Aarons beerd, & wete downe to the skyrtes of his clothinge.

Ephesians 4:3

3 and be diligent to kepe the vnite of the sprete thorow the bonde of peace.

Nehemiah 4:6

6 Yet buylded we the wall, & ioyned it whole together, vnto ye halfe heigth. And the people were well mynded to labor.

Amos 3:3

3 Maye twaine walke together excepte they be agreed amonge them selues?

Philippians 2:1-30

1 Yf there be amonge you eny consolacion in Christ, yf there be eny comforte of loue, yf there be eny fellishippe off the sprete, yf there be eny compassion and mercy, 2 fulfyll my ioye, that ye drawe one waye, hauynge one loue, beynge of one accorde, and of one mynde: 3 that there be nothinge done thorow stryfe and vayne glory, but that thorow mekenesse of mynde euery man esteme another better then himselfe: 4 and let euery ma loke not for his awne profet, but for the profet of other. 5 Let the same mynde be in you, that was in Christ Iesu: 6 which beyinge in the shappe of God, thought it not robbery to be equall with God, 7 but made him selfe of no reputacion, and toke vpon him the shappe of a seruaunt, became like another man, 8 and was founde in his apparell as a man: he humbled himselfe, and became obedient vnto the death, euen vnto the death of the crosse. 9 Therfore hath God also exalted him, and geuen him a name, which is aboue all names, 10 that in the name of Iesus euery kne shulde bowe, both of thinges in heauen of thinges vpo earth, and of thinges vnder the earth, 11 and that all tunges shulde confesse, that Iesus Christ is the LORDE vnto the prayse of God the father. 12 Wherfore my dearly beloued, as ye haue allwayes obeyed (not onely in my presence, but now also moch more in my absence) euen so worke out youre awne saluacion with feare and tremblynge. 13 For it is God which worketh in you both the wyll and the deed, euen of his owne good wyll. 14 Do all thinges without murmurynges and disputinges, 15 that ye maye be fautles and pure, and the childre of God without rebuke, in the myddes of ye croked and peruerse nacion, amonge whom se that ye shyne as lightes in the worlde, 16 holdinge fast the worde of life, vnto my reioysinge in the daye of Christ, that I haue not runne in vayne, nether laboured in vayne. 17 Yee and though I be offred vp vpo the offerynge & sacrifice of youre faith, I am glad, and reioyce with you all: 18 be ye glad also, and reioyce ye with me. 19 I trust in the LORDE Iesus, to sende Timotheus shortly vnto you, that I also maye be of good comforte, whan I knowe what case ye stonde in. 20 For I haue no man that is so like mynded to me, which with so pure affeccio careth for you: 21 for all other seke their awne, not that which is Iesus Christes. 22 But ye knowe the profe of him: for as a childe vnto the father, so hath he mynistred vnto me in the Gospell. 23 Him I hope to sende, as soone as I knowe how it wyll go with me. 24 But I trust in the LORDE, that I also my selfe shal come shortly. 25 Neuertheles I thoughte it necessary to sende vnto you the brother Ephraditus, which is my companyon in laboure and felowe soudyer, and youre Apostell, and my mynister at my nede, 26 for so moch as he longed after you all, and was full of heuynes, because ye had herde that he was sicke. 27 And no doute he was sicke, and that nye vnto death: but God had mercy on him, and not on him onely, but on me also, lest I shulde haue had sorowe vpon sorowe. 28 I haue sent him therfore the more haistely, that ye mighte se him, and reioyce agayne, and that I also mighte haue the lesse sorowe. 29 Receaue him therfore in the LORDE with all gladnes, and make moch of soche: 30 for because of the worke of Christ, he wente so farre, that he came nye vnto death, and regarded not his life, to fulfyll that seruyce which was lackynge on youre parte towarde me.

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